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Hi guys,

I’ve wrote an application that mixes and plays back samples in real-time using FMOD. It uses a fair bit of FMOD functions as it needs to synch and play multiple samples at the same time to the DSP clock.

This application is currently written for Windows (compiled using gcc). I’m thinking of porting it to Unix. Do all the FMOD functions work on Unix? Are there any changes I would need to make to my code as regards to the audio side of things?

Also, if Unix [i:3cg98awo]is[/i:3cg98awo] supported, does this hold for all distributions of Unix?

Cheers,

Alan.

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I would recommend downloading our Linux release, all FMOD functions should work the same as Windows.
You shouldn’t have to make any changes to your FMOD code.

We support PulseAudio, ALSA, OSS and ESD as our hardware audio interface, at least some subset of those should be available on all distros.

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